The Gozo Launch of A Land in the Storytelling Sea 21 May 2014 The day ended like a Dickens novel does—without loose ends, the lives of every character linked. It began like a Dickens novel does, too—in a kind of Dickensian chaos. D. picked us up at 3 p.m. at Sliema Leyland, our bus stop,…
What Am I Working On? A series of poems based loosely on the true story of a woman with mental health issues who died of starvation in January in an abandoned farmhouse after the apples she harvested in October—she was convinced that she was going to be rescued at the beginning of December—ran out. Her…
A Land in the Storytelling Sea launches in Malta at 7 p.m. on 30 May 2014 in the Main Hall, Ministry of Education, Great Siege Road, Floriana, Malta. You’re invited!
My interview with Maltese broadcasters Joyce Guillaumier and Paul Xuereb will be aired on Campus FM (Malta), 103.7, on Saturday, 24 May 2014, at 9 a.m.
A Land in the Storytelling Sea launches at 7.30 this evening in St. Ursula Hall,The Citadel, Victoria, Gozo, Malta. And you’re invited.
My interview with broadcasters Joyce Guillaumier and Paul Xuereb can be heard on Campus FM (Malta), 103.7, at 10 a.m. (local time) on Tuesday, 20 May 2014, and at 9 a.m. on Saturday, 24 May 2014.
An interview with FARAXA Press (click here). FARAXA Press publisher Joanne Micallef interviews Sheryl Loeffler about the writing of A Land in the Storytelling Sea.
A Land in the Storytelling Sea is released on Amazon (click here).
A Land in the Storytelling Sea will be launched in Gozo and Malta in May 2014. You are cordially invited. Gozo launch Wednesday, 21 May, 7.30 p.m. St. Ursula Hall The Citadel Victoria, Gozo Malta launch Friday, 30 May, 7 p.m. Main Hall Ministry of Education Floriana, Malta
I will be reading from my forthcoming book, A Land in the Storytelling Sea, at noon on Wednesday, 30 April 2014, in the Quad at the University of Malta.
I’m reading my poems of Nativity and Passion at 7.30 this evening at Christ Lutheran Church, 445 Anndale Rd. (at Lexington), Waterloo, Ontario, as part of a Lenten Series called Come to Us, Creative Spirit: A Five-Week Series on Engaging the Sacred through the Arts.